No, when I'm tired, I am less inclined to put up with "off-topic" remarks that do not support the site. I feel that informing others of correct terminology is appropriate, if done correctly and not in a denigrating manner.
Andy, in Weimar Lugers, Jan has stated that although the 1920 marking was for that time period, i.e. most guns marked were made prior to 1921, that, there are exceptions and there are other guns marked as 1920, made after that date, including a "G" date gun.
Also, the Weimar era was up to the Nazi take-over in 1933/34 time frame, so any guns made in 1927/29 would have been under Weimar rules.
ALSO, take pictures (many), do a write up and start a NEW thread about Your 1920 police, we'd like to re-visit it.
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